Daily Archives: May 11, 2015

Rohee poses: Showing utter disrespect for the Guyanese people

Rohee poses: Showing utter disrespect for the Guyanese people

May 11, 2015 | By | Filed Under News
Rohee-poses

Rohee-poses

PPP General Secretary/Home Affairs Minister, Clement Rohee,  gives the nation the finger just after casting his ballot .

Why did the presiding officer allow him to stain the wrong finger in the first place?

Granger: Carter discussed governance after elections

Granger: Carter discussed governance after elections

Monday, 11 May 2015 07:31 – Written by   –by Zena Henry

Leader of the opposition coalition A Partnership for National Unity+ Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC), David Granger said former (US) President Jimmy Carter discussed with him the future governance model for Guyana after the May 11, 2015 general and regional elections.

Granger made the disclosure shortly after himself and wife, Sandra, cast their ballots at the Enterprise Primary School, D’urban Backlands, Georgetown.

In a short interview Granger related that he had two meetings with Carter himself and then rest of his team.   Continue reading

ELECTION DAY REPORTS – May 11, 2015 – (Demerara Waves)

ELECTION DAY REPORTS – May 11, 2015  – DEMERARA WAVES

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President Ramotar votes… says Opposition supporters will not be vicitmised if PPP wins

Opposition supporters will not be vicitmised if PPP wins; inclusive parliamentary governance best option–President tells Guyanese as he votes

Monday, 11 May 2015 09:50 – Written by 

President Donald Ramotar casting his ballot at St. John's College.

President Donald Ramotar casting his ballot at St. John’s College.

The Head of State’s message to the nation was, “vote for peace, progress and prosperity,” after explaining to the media that he expects to win some 40 seats in Parliament. “My most optimistic guess is 40 (seats),” he told the media.   Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 10 May 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 10 May 2015

  • Decision 2015: Granger Votes [11 May 2015]
  • Ramotar makes final pitch to supporters
  • Final rally held as the Unity train throttles full speed ahead
  • Strong impression Ms Nageer on Elections 
  • Diamonds are forever
  • Early Departure for President Jimmy Carter

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Decision 2015: Granger Votes [11 May 2015]

Posted: 11 May 2015 05:01 AM PDT

Ramotar makes final pitch to supporters

Posted: 10 May 2015 02:03 PM PDT   Continue reading

Lisa Punch & Ulele Burnham at the APNU AFC Rally Guyana May 9th, 2015

Lisa Punch & Ulele Burnham at the APNU AFC Rally Guyana May 9th, 2015

APNU+AFC Meeting May 8, 2015

APNU+AFC Meeting May 8, 2015 -click to enlarge

Ms. Burnham said Monday May 11,2015 will be a “magic Monday” as the people of Guyana unite to change the government. “It will not come without work because none of us is a magician”.

Why China’s slowdown matters – BBC World Service

Why China’s slowdown matters

The UK is Now a Failed State – by Alistair Crighton – Al Jazeera

The UK is Now a Failed State  –  by Alistair Crighton – Al Jazeera

It didn’t have to be this way. Less than a year ago, with the United Kingdom facing break-up as Scottish nationalists edged closer than expected to a win in an independence referendum, the Westminster big guns hustled north to promise the Scots that all would be well if they chose to stay together.

Scotland, after all, has its own parliament, sitting in Edinburgh, which decides on most of the matters that effect the electorate, such as health and education.

That the nation chose to stay as part of the UK may have been celebrated by the political classes, but it was viewed by the many, many people in the rest of the UK, who had no say in the referendum, as proof that the Scots were happy to have their cake, and eat it too.   Continue reading

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